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From Birmingham
Relayed from Lozells Picture House
THE ORCHESTRA, conducted by PAUL RIMMER THE Overture reminds us of both the sombre and the gay sides of the story of Don Juan. Its slow Introduction utilizes themes associated in the Opera with the man whom Don Juan has murdered and the statue which comes to life and drags the murderer down to eternal punishment. Solemn chords on Woodwind and Brass are heard above eerie String passages. Sudden commanding interjections, followed by soft tiptoeings, create an atmosphere of strangeness and fear. The main body of the Overture (a quick movement) takes us back to the Don's days of unalloyed delight in amorous adventure.
HILDA NIBB (Contralto)

Overture to ' Don Juan ' - Mozart
Until - Sanderson
O lovely night - Landon Ronald
ORCHESTRA Valse, ' The Wedding Djnce ' - Lincke
HILDA NIBB My Am Folk - Lemon
FRANK NEWMAN (Organ) Russia ('From Foreign Parts') - Moszkowski
Petite Suite de Concert - Coleridge-Taylor
ORCHESTRA Fantasia on Verdi's ' Rigoletto ' Selection from ' The Student Prince ' - Romberg
March, ' The Great Little Army ' - Alford


Conducted By: Paul Rimmer

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